SOUTH BEND: St Joseph County Print

 

http://www.rootsweb.com/~instjose/ has general St. Joseph County information. [September 2005]

http://www.rootsweb.com/~insbags/indexto.htm for information about St. Joseph County burials.

http://fmcwp.sjcpl.org/fmi/xsl/obits/findrecords.xsl?-view has obituary index. [September 2005]]

 

Roger Birdsell, Executive Director of Michiana Jewish Historical Society for a good history. His office is at the Jewish Federation Building, Shalom Way, South Bend, Indiana 46615. Joseph F. Rubin, Sec. Michiana Jewish Historical Society. Source: Miami 2740 [August 2002]

 

Hebrew Society of Brotherly Love of South Bend Cemetery: Orthodox: In Mishawaka. Temple memorial list supplied by Leonard Spialter, 2536 England Ave., Dayton, Oh 45406-1324 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Chartered in the 1880s or 1890s, Hebrew Orthodox accommodates the rest of the community. Still Active [August 2002] UPDATE: http://www.statelib.lib.in.us/www/ihb/markers/7120021.html has photos of the historical marker.

http://199.8.200.229/db/markers_search.asp has a searchable database. Hebrew Orthodox Congregation, 1877, cemetery since 191http://www.ou.org/network/new/in-hoc.htm 574-291-4239 [September 2005]

 

Rose Hill Cemetery: The first cemetery was chartered in the 1870s, the cemetery was "relocated" in the 1880s. "Rose Hill" in South Bend for predominately Reform Jews. Still active, but limited. Source: Miami 2740 [August 2002]

UPDATE: Bodies were reinterred from Hebrew Society cemetery when this opened. http://www.statelib.lib.in.us/www/ihb/markers/7120021.html. Temple Beth-El, 1905.: Temple Beth-El maintains Rose Hill Cemetery, a small burial ground in the heart of South Bend that follows Reform Jewish burial rites. [September 2005]


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